disentitle


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disentitle

(ˌdɪsɪnˈtaɪtəl)
vb
(Law) (tr) to deprive of a title, right, or claim

disentitle


Past participle: disentitled
Gerund: disentitling

Imperative
disentitle
disentitle
Present
I disentitle
you disentitle
he/she/it disentitles
we disentitle
you disentitle
they disentitle
Preterite
I disentitled
you disentitled
he/she/it disentitled
we disentitled
you disentitled
they disentitled
Present Continuous
I am disentitling
you are disentitling
he/she/it is disentitling
we are disentitling
you are disentitling
they are disentitling
Present Perfect
I have disentitled
you have disentitled
he/she/it has disentitled
we have disentitled
you have disentitled
they have disentitled
Past Continuous
I was disentitling
you were disentitling
he/she/it was disentitling
we were disentitling
you were disentitling
they were disentitling
Past Perfect
I had disentitled
you had disentitled
he/she/it had disentitled
we had disentitled
you had disentitled
they had disentitled
Future
I will disentitle
you will disentitle
he/she/it will disentitle
we will disentitle
you will disentitle
they will disentitle
Future Perfect
I will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
he/she/it will have disentitled
we will have disentitled
you will have disentitled
they will have disentitled
Future Continuous
I will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
he/she/it will be disentitling
we will be disentitling
you will be disentitling
they will be disentitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
he/she/it has been disentitling
we have been disentitling
you have been disentitling
they have been disentitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
he/she/it will have been disentitling
we will have been disentitling
you will have been disentitling
they will have been disentitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
he/she/it had been disentitling
we had been disentitling
you had been disentitling
they had been disentitling
Conditional
I would disentitle
you would disentitle
he/she/it would disentitle
we would disentitle
you would disentitle
they would disentitle
Past Conditional
I would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
he/she/it would have disentitled
we would have disentitled
you would have disentitled
they would have disentitled
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References in classic literature ?
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Can the court disentitle him from democratic process?
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This was a deliberate move to disentitle RSM from its right to participate in the exploration of this area and provides the grounds for a further legal action.
However, Courts have taken a liberal view in some cases and held that so long as the full capital gains made on sale of the original assets are invested in a new residential property, merely because some work needs to be done in the property would not disentitle the tax payer in claiming the exemption.
choices are never considered by the court and do not disentitle them to
Parents have expressed much consternation that child support and parenting time with children are distinct legal entities that do not work in tandem, when parents think they should; non-payment of child support does not automatically disentitle a parent to time with their child and refusal by one parent to allow the other parent time with their child does not automatically warrant or diminish the payment of child support.
Other broad social-structural factors are at play in women's lives that have the potential to disentitle their access to income security in old age.
The title cannot disentitle the poetry from the privilege it enjoys and confers.
In announcing the unanimous decision, tribunal chairman Robert Ashton said: 'The decision to delay payment of the bonus was made unilaterally by the management and that should not disentitle Mr Evans to the payment.
8) However, recidivists are treated more harshly because their prior convictions are said to disentitle them from the leniency that is normally accorded to a first offender.